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In a comedy career that has spanned 30 years, Norm Macdonald has headlined his own sitcom and appeared or lent his voice to dozens of other movies and TV shows. But his latest project is a book -- "Based on a True Story: A Memoir." He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his memoir.
Yahoo announced Thursday that its network was hacked back in 2014, with the data of at least 500 million users stolen. This latest revelation -- which is linked to a "state-sponsored actor" -- is unsettling enough. But what could happen if an entire city like New York was hacked? That's the dramatic premise laid out in a recent magazine article. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Vinita Nair spoke with the writer.
Dawes is one of the most respected live bands around. The Southern California rock band has toured with Dylan and collaborated with Elvis Costello. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Anthony Mason spoke to the band's frontman about their decade-long journey.
Born and raised in the South Carolina low country, singing was Alexander Smalls' first love. He toured internationally for years and won a Tony on Broadway and a Grammy for his recordings. But eventually, he swapped the theater for a culinary stage. He opened a series of hit restaurants in New York, currently "The Cecil" and "Minston's" in Harlem. Chef Smalls joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his culinary journey and signature recipes.
Canada TV, radio personality George Stroumboulopoulos describes victim as "dear friend"
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture officially opens Saturday. President Obama will dedicate the museum in a ceremony in the morning, joined by tens of thousands of people. Marlie Hall gives an early look inside the museum, which was first conceived by black Civil War veterans more than a hundred years ago.
Forensic science may not be as quite as cut-and-dried as it may seem. A new report by a White House Advisory Council is urging federal prosecutors and judges to tread cautiously when dealing with forensic evidence, when the underlying science has not been proven by testing and research. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss some of the concerning forensic techniques.
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr .Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the growing epidemic of superbugs, the ongoing fight against Zika and the link between food and stress.
Mark Alexander, dean of the Villanova School of Law, was part of then Senator Barack Obama's prep team for the presidential debates. Alexander joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what goes into the preparation for the presidential debate, as HIllary Clinton and Donald Trump get ready to face off Monday.
An intensive manhunt is underway in Washington state for the gunman who killed five people inside the Cascade Mall in Burlington, about 60 miles north of Seattle. The gunman opened fire with a rifle in the makeup department at a Macy's department store, killing four women and one man.The mall is closed Saturday as investigators comb the crime scene for clues. Carter Evans reports.
The National Guard and extra state troopers will remain in Charlotte, North Carolina until at least Sunday, as protests continue over the shooting death of a black man by a black police officer. Earlier Friday, Keith Lamont Scott's family released a video taken by his wife of the shooting. Police recovered a gun, but witnesses say they didn't see one. CBS News has not been able to independently authenticate the video. Errol Barnett reports from Charlotte.
Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League and former mayor of New Orleans, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Washington to discuss why the Charlotte police should release video of the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, and take steps to mend the "mistrust" in America, in the wake of recent police shootings.
Shooter opens fire in Macy's store north of Seattle before fleeing toward interstate on foot
A gunman is on the run after killing five people inside a shopping mall. Plus, more protests as new video emerges in the deadly police shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
It wasn't immediately known if there was more than one gunman involved
Dozens of students occupied the University of Mississippi's Lyceum building Friday to protest the university's inital response
The deadly police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott has sparked three days of protests in Charlotte, North Carolina; After more than 22 years, Charles Osgood will sign off in his final "CBS Sunday Morning" broadcast on Sunday.
Latest demonstration comes hours after family of Keith Lamont Scott releases video of deadly encounter with police
David Wildstein, appointed to the Port Authority by Gov. Chris Christie, pleaded guilty last year